5 Burst results for "Tani See"
The Pentagon Has No Idea How Many U.S. Citizens Are in Afghanistan
"So how many americans are still in afghanistan. wouldn't it be the role of government to find out. Will maybe if our government was spying on american citizens citizens domestically so much. We would have a better idea of the headcount in afghanistan another. They're too busy worrying about whether or not you reject kovic vaccine mandates. According to the department of homeland security cut ninety the pentagon has no idea. How does a multi trillion dollar government. Have even just a ballpark figure of how many of their own citizens are in a country that they're curly currently occupying and waging war. And how is that even possible. Cut ninety those numbers. The seven thousand saying this is this is afghan. Do not have a. I do not have breakdown. I i suspect that overtime as our manifesting process gets more refined we may be able to be there. But i. We don't have that specific breakdown. Khomeini americans american citizens remain in in. I don't know he does not know so who gets preference in priority will if you were to implement the doctrine of the woke the principals and the tenants of the activists like million austin who run our military will then americans do not get first preference to leave the country because americans are evil. You see if you implement nicole. Hannah jones belief that america was founded on slavery. And we've always been slayed. We've always been engaging in a form of slavery as henry. Rogers who renamed himself as max candy would say or tani see coats would say then. Why would you ever prioritize. Americans in a time of need you see when chaos breaks out you need to know your rulers priorities.
"tani see" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Next year. And then until then, you know, hopefully chestnut, his stomach in Ghana. Stay alive for a little while longer. Yeah, once a year is enough for me. And the craziest thing is the people that actually go to watch this live and the first couple rose. I think they call it like the spray zone because there's all sorts of debris of the hot dogs and the water. I cannot. I mean, maybe you go and you sit far back and you see what happens. The people that go and they want to sit in the spray zone or even go in general. I do not understand that at all. They wear. What are they wearing? Like ponchos and raincoats. They give them ponchos. I think some of them bring umbrellas to make sure they don't get sprayed too much with the debris from the hot dogs. Yeah, that's that's pretty disgusting. You know, I don't know if you have the answer. I sure as hell don't know that. Are they paying for this? Or is this like first come first serve seating. I think it's first come first serve. I would really hope that's the case, because if you're paying to sit in the spray zone, there has to be something better to do on July 4th. There has to be your standing out in the sun. Not presumably hot day in Brooklyn. Maybe a little bit cooler out there on the beach. And you're just watching people you want You just watch the man eat 76 hot dogs. Congratulations. Hell of a way to spend the fourth of July. I'm not mad at anybody, but look to each his own, not my M o. You know what? But More of a fan. This is this is gonna sound crazy. I'm a fan of baseball. Obviously, I'm going to watch the All Star game. The hot dog eating contest for that 10 minutes or whatever it is. That that might have more 10 minute intrigued than the All Star game next week. You know, I love all Star games to a certain degree. But I don't even think the players they they seemingly don't care anymore. I don't know. There's just and when why would you have pride and You know, going? I think the players are just like I gotta check. You know, I'm looking at the the All Star list and the teams and we talk about snubs and players who make it players who don't make it. The same thing every year. If I was a player, I would be mad if I they make it especially if I had a clause that said, Hey, you're going to get a check. But we have fans who get up in arms about players who get snubbed. This is is part of the deal. Happens all the time. Look Who cares about the Pro Bowl? Nobody. They can do away with it. Just give give the bonuses. The players love the Probo because they had an opportunity to go on vacation. Nobody going to Hawaii anymore. Everybody stand local People are going out into to Orlando. This is nothing doing NBA All Star game. It's nice. It's got an interesting Utilizing Elham rules having to hit a certain mark. Point marker in the fourth quarter. Certainly given that game some life Major League Baseball All Star game. Man. I guess there will be some some intrigue next week. Coming off of the sticky stuff. Conversation looking at old Tani. Seeing at who might bring some life to the situation, but there's just so many changes. And quite frankly, if you watch a regular baseball game I feel like we have just as many moves. As we would traditionally having an all Star game. It's like we got to get every picture in. We got to get every every battering. If you watch a baseball game right now, it's like you get one picture. Faces.
"tani see" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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Protect one so anyway, White liberals have this more protective attitude. Where's black liberals have more of an emphasis on no political correctness is demeaning. More of an emphasis on I think with zillions rather than the need for protection, which I think is quite interesting. So, so it suggests that political correctness doesn't have the level of support within the black population that one might survive. I'm curious as I look at this chart of Tani See, Coach says he responded to this or even acknowledged it that he's making black people less optimistic. No, no, I mean, you know, I'm not trade with Dane to to respond. I mean, there are some people who are trying to claim that all well, this event will you know you can produce it with with a short paragraph, but it quickly fades away. It's not gonna last You know other kinds of method. Illogical critics. What your fair fair enough. You could make such a good cheeks. I just don't think that given the amount of messaging of that type that is around that this is really convincing counter. Calderon knows especially the disparity. It's it's rather It's rather telling. So you also have one here personal experience of racism and discrimination by level of sadness and anxiety. Walk us through that one. Yeah, so again, In addition to your partisanship and ideology and how much exposure you have to social media, you also are more likely to report experiencing discrimination and racism. If you're generally sad, or anxious s so, for example, if we people who say they are sad or anxious At least half the time are twice as likely as people who say they're never sad or anxious to say they've experienced, you know, discrimination and racism on that holds by the way for white and black. You know, people said so. Whites who who are Satur, anxious half the time arm or are twice as likely to say they experienced discrimination and racism is whites who never experience who who say they're never Satur anxious. The point here being that your underlying psychological state again is gonna predispose you. To answer Yes, I experienced that as discrimination and racism. It makes you more sensitive to these issues. And so a lot of this comes down to again. Perception and framing are at the heart of this problem. It's not a matter of lived experience alone. I mean, lived experience matters. I don't want to devalue that for real racist incidents. But a lot of this is governed by social construction caused by psychology, ideology, exposure to media and so forth, and that's just not being recognized. It's seen as something that's just real that bubbles up out of people's Experience for us. I think we need to be more skeptical and say yes, yes, it could be, but there's also a lot going on in terms of perception to frame these issues. I think that's very wise. So to summarize it all together, we'll post this study on Charlie Kirk dot com. Also the Manhattan Institute There's There's a direct, I gotta say, direct correlation, But there's an argument to be made that that that one of the major contributing factors to people's view on race and racism in America. Media, social media and even political views and that I guess I have one last question is back in the 19 sixties where people do you have this data where people's racial attitudes of view of race as As different where they're disparities based on political viewpoints in the black community. Um, I don't have that data with me The differences within the black community. First of all are smaller, based on ideology than within the white community. Yes, those differences within the whites Have increased over time with partisanship in part polarization, So I would say those differences would have been pretty small amongst African Americans in the sixties compared to now. But but just Yeah, just overall. I mean, I think what this gets to is, you know, we arrest racist incidents and even police shootings. They're never going to be zero. Just like crime is never gonna be zero and poverty is never going to be zero. And the question is, Are we going to have a moral panic and they need emotional response, Not a rational Contest realized proportional response but emotional response in a moral panic. Whenever one of these incidents is circulated on social media as because social media allows you to circulate powerful images, we've got to become more scientific or skeptical about contest realizing just how important And how representative these stories and images are and not to overreact, because that is very negative consequences for the very people that we are trying to help. I think that's that's very well said Well, Eric. Thank you so much for joining our program. Anything in particular you want to plug a book and your website? Well, I mean, you could always check me out on social Media are on Twitter at E P. A. K a. U F M and My website is www dot snaps S and P p s dot net. Thanks again. Thanks so much expectation. So are you making full use of your.
"tani see" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Put that thing was just Monday or Tuesday of this week that we discuss the commission being formed. That was supposed to look at the whole Supreme Court issue before the commission is even the ink is dry on their commissions. You've got the House Democrats in the Senate Democrats introducing they call it the judiciary active. 2021 J. Second life weeknights at six right before fills gang at seven. 8 60 am the answer. Joe has been pre recorded Everybody welcome to this episode of the Charlie Kirk Show with us today is Eric Kaufman. I'm so excited for this episode Personal Eric. Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show Charlie is going to be here You do phenomenal work. You have a new report out that is sending shock waves throughout the country. Tell us about the report. It's about race and racism. The things they're not supposed talk about in our country walk us through it. Well, really. What this report about is about is how racism is not just something that comes from people's lived experiences. But that is very much shaped by perception, so something maybe an encounter may be perceived as racist or it may be seen is just innocuous. A lot of it depends on things like your exposure to social media and the media, your ideology and also whether you're depressed or anxious. You're mature psychological health. All of those things. Actually, I would argue, are more important than your Personal experience in explaining not just your perception of racism in society, but also your personal experience of racism as well. And so, really, this report goes to a lot of data on survey data to show this No. Sorry. Go ahead. I didn't mean to cut you off. I'm just saying in union report, you conclude that ideology Partisanship and social media influence. The way that we prescribe racism. I'll have to call time out here. How do you define racism? Because the way I grew up Learning about racism. It's one person being discriminatory. A prejudiced against another person based on their skin color. Now racism is portrayed as a power struggle. How do you How do you describe it in this piece? Well, I mean your actions, putting your finger on one of the things which sort of moves and expands and contracts, depending ideology. So part of this is it's defined in terms of subjective survey question, one of which might just be abroad, You know? Have you experienced racism in the past month or week or whatever, one of which might be have you experienced racial discrimination? Some of them in more concrete questions, like people acted like I wasn't smart, you know, or I was stopped and searched, so some of them are a bit more concrete, and some of them are a bit more defining yourself. One of the points here is that, uh, depending on your ideology will define this term war broadly or more narrowly, And that's partly what it counts for greater reported racism. So there isn't a single definition I'm using. I'm allowing to somebody re survey respondents to self define Which accounts for some of the differences that we see. And in fact, racism's been defined, arguably define down or debate. There's a currency so that it it means more and more things. If you are of a particular ideological strike, Absolutely. And there's one part here. I want to focus on that really caught my attention. Because I really have a strong distaste for this person is Tani see Coats? And he's a black pessimist. Which bothers me. I do not like pessimism as a worldview as a zoo a way to approach life. I don't like it, and I think that Your study confirms everything I've been saying about Tani see coats for years where that he actually makes people less likely to believe that they can succeed in our country. Can you talk about that? Because I was so moved by the data backing of what I believed instinctually to be true. Got basically if you what we did or what I did was, I tend a survey of African American respondents. I did it in 2018. I repeated it in 2020. I showed half of half the people of just one paragraph from Tallahassee Coasters work where he talks about. You know this, this very sort of exaggerated portrait of how dangerous it is to be black in America. How everyone's systems have to get you and then they're never gonna let you let you live a normal life. People who read that paragraph were much more about 15 points less likely to say they could make their life plans work out. Generally, this is a measure psychologist, use of people sense of self control, which is linked to their mental well being on other measures of success. And so what we actually see is that exposure to this critical race theory inspired Passage. Just one paragraph really was enough to draw people's sense of self empowerment by a substantial level. So instead of 83% of African Americans who didn't read this passage from Tunney, Haci Coats, saying they could make make their life plans work out on Lee 68% 15 points lower, said they could make their life Plans work out after reading just one paragraph so you can imagine being exposed to this narrative everywhere. Ordinary. Yeah. Yeah, And so it's it's you know, in a way, it's doing the opposite of what it is supposed to do. It's supposed to make the lines of African Americans better, and it's actually having a negative effect on their ability to believe in themselves. Don't know if I agreed that I'm not sure thought Niecy coats actually wants. That's a different conversation. Time. Intentions are hard to conclude, but it's hard to believe based on his literature that he actually I think it's more much more concerned on the external than the improvement. The internal But intentions are tough and that we're not going to spend time on that. But That's TBD. I want to get to this one, which is really interesting. And I want to just compliment you again. These studies Are not easy to do because you're pursuing truth and in pop and popular culture. People don't actually want the truth. They want narrative. And they want a narrative that will confirm their power. Grab you say here Liberal blacks of the college degree are nearly 30 points. We're likely to find a statement by a white person such as quote. Don't notice people's race or quote America is a color blind society and quote offensive than blacks without degrees, who identify as conservative Talk a little bit about that. That's fascinating. That's a major disparity. Well, yeah. I mean, what we see is that even independent of ideology of being liberal or conservative, having a degree or not having a degree, if you have a degree, if you're African American that makes you more likely to believe that the so called micro aggressions such as I don't notice race are offensive. Then if you don't have a degree, so in a way, the Experience or the status of having a university education seems to be an independent force multiplier for this perception of racism for this sort of expanded definition, if you like of racism, and yes, so this is part of again. All of these factors ideology, education, social media exposure. Are actually leading people to frame things as racist, which are arguably not racist on that's contributing to the perception in a way off. This is a rising problem because all the indicators of interracial marriage Police shootings of African Americans have dropped 16 80% since the late justice All of the behavioral attitudinal indicators are moving in the right direction. And yet, if you ask people is racism and increasing problem, that number has been remarkably high..
"tani see" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"To Charlie Kirk show with Eric Kaufman. And you know there was some variation because they were asked at slightly different time periods. But in both cases of a majority, a slight majority of African Americans said political correctness was demeaning. Rather than necessary to protect blacks and white liberals were more likely than black liberals to say political correctness was miss unnecessary. Protect one so anyway, White liberals have this more protective attitude. Where's black liberals have more of an emphasis on no political correctness is demeaning. More of an emphasis on I think with zillions rather than the need for protection. Which I think is quite interesting. So so it suggests the political correctness doesn't have the level of support within the black population that one might serve eyes. I'm curious As I look at this chart of Tani see coaches. He responded to this or even acknowledged it that he's making black people less optimistic. No, no, I mean, you know, I'm not trained with Dane to respond. I mean, there are some people who are trying to claim that all well, this event will you know you can produce it with with a short paragraph, but it quickly fades away. It's not gonna last You know other kinds of method. Illogical critics. What your fair fair enough. You could make such critiques. I just don't think that given the amount of messaging of that type that is around that this is really a convincing counter. Calderon knows especially the disparity. It's it's rather It's rather telling. So you also have one here personal experience of racism and discrimination by level of sadness and anxiety. Walk us through that one s O again. In addition to your partisanship and ideology and how much exposure you have to Social media, you also are more likely to report experiencing. There's still time to play shop Play Win Monopoly. It's.